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Socomec ATI

Features & Benefits

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Product Introduction
New ATI range will be available from 63A to 1600A.
The range will follow 3 releases:
Ratings available from first release
63A
100A
125A
250A
400A
630A

Ratings available from second release


800A
1000A

Ratings available from third release


1250A
1600A

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Features

Wall mounting
to 400A
Floor standing
Electronic
630A & greater Controls

Motorised Unit
Motorised with Automatic
Switch or Manual
Operation

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Product Arrangement

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Product Arrangement

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Product Arrangement

1 Transfer Switch

2 Motorised Unit

3 Electronic Module

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Standard Features

4 pole mechanically held motorised changeover switch


Bottom cable entry

The panel is CE certified


and complies with
IEC947-6-1

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Standard Features

Automatic or Manual operation


Padlockable in off position facility

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Standard Features
Electronic control module
Digital display voltage, frequency, timer operation
3 phase mains voltage & frequency sensing
1 phase generator voltage & frequency sensing
Auto/Manual retransfer control

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Standard Features
Timers, voltage & frequency trip settings are set from the front
panel

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Standard Features
System status display on front panel

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Options
Top cable entry factory option
Solid neutral link dealer option
IP54 protection dealer option
Auxiliary contacts for ATI status signalling - dealer option
Lightning protection dealer option NEW
Remote communications of changeover panel status via
Modbus dealer option NEW
Power metering PHASE II

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Options

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Options IP54 Protection Kit

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Options Lightning Protection

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Options - Continued

Top cable entry


shown

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Voltage Options

One switch will cover


common voltages.

Separate switches will


be available for 200V and
277V

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Changing Voltage Options

Power connections to
change in
accordance to P-P
voltage

Common voltages will work with the standard


switch by reconnecting the voltage sensing. A
separate switch is required for 200V & 277V

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Inputs and Outputs

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Benefits
Manual operation ensures load can always be connected
Mechanically held switch no loss of power due to
contactor coil burn out or electronics failure
Switch can be padlocked in off position for maintenance
In the event of failure the motor module can be replaced
without disconnecting the power cables

Motor Module can be


removed without affecting
the switch

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Benefits
Timers and trip settings can be adjusted from front panel
Digital voltage and frequency metering standard
Timer operation digitally displayed
Over/under frequency trip as standard
Auto/Manual retransfer as standard
Compact unit size
New options available
o Lightning protection
o Remote communications

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